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Deye inverter and Redflow Announce Official Cooperation

      Deye is honored to announce the cooperation with Redflow after the successful extensive testing of Deye’s advanced hybrid inverter and Redflow’s zinc-bromine flow batteries’ integration.

      Deye’s 10kW and 12kW three phase hybrid inverter systems are specially certified for Australian market. It is the first of its kind available for use with Redflow batteries and provides a range of new capabilities previously unavailable to the Australian market. The high-degree cooperation with Redflow will provide Australian market the advanced inverter solutions in the following year.

      The inverter is compatible for three-phase grid-tied inverter and a backup generator input. As a hybrid inverter system,Deye 10kW three phase inverters can be clustered in parallel to satisfied the large commercial application scenarios. It’s one of the most multi-functional device in the Australian market.

      Redflow’s zinc bromine flow battery offers a long-life design and chemistry that makes use of cost-effective, abundant, fire-safe, and low toxicity materials. It’s one of the world’s safest, scalable and most sustainable energy storage solutions in the market.

      “Deye is pleased to be working with a leading flow battery technology company like Redflow. Achieving successful integration between the Deye’s advanced hybrid inverter and Redflow’s zinc-bromine flow batteries enhances the energy storage options available to integrators and customers. ”Deye Australia Country Manager, Ben Li said.

      Deye will continue to work with Redflow to test compatibility across our full range of advanced hybrid inverters. To provide more integrated usage solutions possibility for Australian customers.

      As a global residential storage energy expert, Deye strives to continue to be a technology innovator with sincerely commitment to market-leading research and structural design. The integration of Deye hybrid inverter and Redflow zinc-bromine flow batteries would provide a high-efficient energy storage system to accelerate a carbon-free future.